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NS Design Debuts New CR4 Bass Cello

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Joining the NS Design family of bass instruments and launched at Winter NAMM, the four string CR4.


The Bass Cello offers upright bass tone with a 34 inch bass guitar scale and standard bass tuning.

Explaining the concept behind the Bass Cello, Ned Steinberger says, “What I look to achieve in any instrument design is great tone combined with expressive versatility. With the Bass Cello I was able to combine the familiar 34 inch bass guitar scale with the NS Polar Pickup System for a natural acoustic upright sound and an arched fingerboard so the instrument can be bowed as well as plucked. Custom EMG magnetic pickups add smooth, electric bass tones into the mix.”

The NS Bass Cello is supplied with a deluxe padded gig bag and the patented Boomerang Strap System. Interchangeable tripod and endpin stand options are also available.

The NS CR4 Bass Cello, with deluxe padded gig bag and Boomerang Strap. Retail Price $3580

For more information, visit their web site at www.nedsteinberger.com.
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